It says I will pull two rookies and one rookie sensation (on average). That's what I got so I guess this is an average pack.
Mark Buehrle went over 200 inning pitched for the tenth straight season in 2010. He made a great fielding play you've all seen, on opening day and won his second straight Gold Glove. Beltran Perez pitched in 8 games for the Nationals in 2006 but never made it back to the bigs. He last pitched in the minors in 2008.
The soon to be 33 Guzman is a free agent. He hit a combined .266 last season with the Nats and Rangers. Brian Stokes had an 8.10 ERA in 16 games with the Angels last season. I still prefer "Devil Rays" to "Rays".
The 35 year old Guillen hit .273 in 68 games for the Tigers last year. Matt Garza went 15-10 for the Rays last season and tossed a no-hitter. The Cubs traded the farm for him (at least a good deal of it) last month. I sure hope it pays off.
I'm very lukewarm when it comes to the design of these cards. The fronts are OK I guess. The backs have too much gray space. I think the background of the "Rookie Sensations" is ugly. The photography on these ten cards is uninspired.
In terms of the players I pulled:
Two bust rookies and one good one who gets extra points for now being a Cub. There's Weaver and Buerhle . The rest tend to be injury prone and older, no offense to injury prone or older people.